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Friday, April 5th 2013, 11:55 AM EDT
Freeman Dyson is a physicist who has been teaching at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton since Albert Einstein was there. When Einstein died in 1955, there was an opening for the title of "most brilliant physicist on the planet." Dyson has filled it
So when the global-warming movement came along, a lot of people wondered why he didn’t come along with it. The reason he’s a skeptic is simple, the 89-year-old Dyson said when I phoned him.
"I think any good scientist ought to be a skeptic," Dyson said.
Dyson came to this country from his native England at age 23 and immediately made major breakthroughs in quantum theory. After that he worked on a nuclear-powered rocket (see video below). Then in the late 1970s, he got involved with early research on climate change at the Institute for Energy Analysis in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Monday, December 31st 2012, 8:59 AM EST
I headed over to Philadelphia over the weekend to go to a family party.
On Sunday, I went for a run in Fairmount Park. It was pretty cold with a lot of snow on the ground. The wind was unseasonably strong, perhaps 30 mph.
Must be global warming.
I'm sure there's some climate scientologist out there claiming that.
These guys are shameless. If it's warm, that evidence man is altering the climate. If it's cold, that's also evidence of it.
The other day on the radio I heard some climate scientologist citing the recent hurricane as evidence that all Americans should now accept the alleged "consensus" on anthropogenic global warming.
One storm tells us exactly zero about the climate. Weather isn't climate. Or at least that's what the climate scientologists say when the weather in question doesn't support their theory. That cold spell that ruined the big climate conference in Cancun would fit into that category.
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